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Currently, this podcast is focusing on the emerging SARS-CoV2 pandemic. We will be interviewing experts in the field on their expertise as it relates to SARS-COV2. Stay tuned for accurate information on all aspects of this pandemic geared towards the general public.

 

Are you interested in learning about immunology? Well, then you have come to the right place! We are Ph.D. students at Cornell University and are studying immunology. As immunologists in training, we want to use this podcast to learn how to explain really cool immunology to the general public. In this podcast, we will dive into the basic principles of immunology, history, controversies, and highlight scientists who have forever changed how we view our immune system. And with each episode, we will interview an expert in the field to gain a deeper understanding of immunology.

 

Apr 26, 2020

Have you ever wondered how an antiviral drug kills a virus? Have you heard of remdesivir and other antivirals in the news and wondered how they might kill SARS-CoV-2? Have you ever wondered why antibiotics are more common than antivirals? 
 
Today, we answer these questions and more in our interview with Dr. Luis...


Apr 22, 2020

Various factors determine how, why, and the extent at which we perceive information. In fact, you and I could hear one message and have vastly different interpretations.

 

Katherine McComas, Ph.D. and is a Professor in the Department of Communication at Cornell University. Her research focuses on risk communications and...


Apr 20, 2020

Not only does SARS-CoV-2 infect people, but it is also impacting the world of money. In this episode, you will hear from Dr. Andrew Karolyi. He is the Harold Bierman Jr. Distinguished Professor of Management and the Deputy Dean and Dean of Academic Affairs at SC Johnson College of Business. In this interview, Dr....


Apr 3, 2020

Are you interested in learning the wildlife origins of SARS-Cov2? Did you know that this new virus can potentially affect other animals such as gorillas? Do you want to know how we can prevent further emergences of viruses from wildlife while simultaneously protecting wildlife?

In this episode, Dr. Scarlett Lee...


Apr 1, 2020

Dr. Alison Stout holds a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and is pursuing a Ph.D. at Cornell University, where she is studying virology.

Dr. Stout works in the lab of Dr. Gary Whittaker at Cornell University. Dr. Whittaker is a world-renowned coronavirus researcher. The Whittaker lab is currently one of the few research...